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Strangeways, Here We Come is the fourth and final studio album by English rock band The Smiths, released in 1987, several months after their disbandment.

All of the songs were composed by Johnny Marr, with lyrics written and sung by Morrissey. Strangeways is the only Smiths album to feature Morrissey playing a musical instrument: piano, on the song "Death of a Disco Dancer". Marr felt the band was ready to enter a new musical phase, and was determined to avoid formula and move away from their previous "jingle jangle" sound. He started to look for different influences, finding an interest in The Beatles' White Album. The band used synthesised saxophone and string arrangements and drum machine additions.

The Smiths recorded what was to be their final studio album at The Wool Hall studios in Beckington, Somerset, England (established and then-owned by the band Tears for Fears). Recording in The Wool Hall made the sessions more relaxed, as the wine cellar was fully stocked. Producer Stephen Street (who engineered previous Smiths efforts) later said that after the recording days there would always be late-night drinking. "That was always after Morrissey had gone to bed ... it wasn't really his bag. Marr would later defend this by saying "But only after ten or twelve hours of making some really good music, not as a substitute ... It wasn't all one Spinal Tap mongo fest!" Between the album's recording in March and its release in September 1987, Johnny Marr exited the group, ending the band.

Slant Magazine listed the album at No. 69 on its list of "Best Albums of the 1980s", writing that "Whether or not Strangeways, Here We Come ended the Smiths' brief career with their best album has been the subject of considerable debate for nearly a quarter century, but it definitively stands as the band's most lush, richest work." Morrissey and Marr feel the album is the band's best, with Morrissey asserting that, "We say it quite often. At the same time. In our sleep. But in different beds."

The album takes its title from Manchester's notorious Strangeways Prison. On the title, Marr has said "I've learned to love the title... I was always intrigued by the word Strangeways. I remember as a kid, when I first heard that the prison was really called that, I wondered had it not occurred to anybody to change the name? It's still befuddling, really." Now renamed HM Prison Manchester, it it a high-security men's prison in Manchester, England, operated by Her Majesty's Prison Service, holding Category A prisoners (those whose escape would be highly dangerous). In 1990, 147 staff and 47 prisoners were injured in a series of riots by prison inmates. There was one fatality among the prisoners, and one prison officer died from heart failure. Much of the old prison was damaged or destroyed in the rioting. In 2004, Strangeways had the highest number of suicides in the country.
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So...I was watching, a little Needle Drop last night; and I came across, the review of the latest Daughters' release You Won't Get What You Want.

I remember, really liking...AFs pick, for Numero Uno last year; and that it had been a while, since I had given it a spin. I checked out the review again; and what grabbed me, second time around...were 2 mentions, of previous Daughters' titles.

One, was their last previous...2010 release, Daughters s/t. I remember him talking about, how YWGWYW...was a real s t r e t c h i n g-out, for Daughters; as this record, some 8 years between releases...clocked in, at nearly 50 minutes. Which was a considerable step, from Daughters 27-minute run-time.

I listened. W-o-W How did this gem; slip through the cracks...of my musical consciousness!? It was almost, which means not quite; as shameful...as when I was late to the party, on Surfer Rosa. Which is, to say; yes...I think Daughters is nearly seminal.

I was 4, napalm-scorching tracks in...when I remembered Mr. Needle-Drop Fantano; saying...Daughters, was in turn a s t r e t c h, for a band who's debut (Canada Songs)...clocked-in, at a scant 11:07. And that's not, an EP folks; 10 tracks...11:07!

So...I stopped Daughters, to take less than a quarter-hour; to see, what Canada Songs was all about. Ha; first reaction? Wow...did I put on, Head Wound City by mistake? I had to check: Canada Songs, 2003...Head Wound City's EP, 2005 (BTW...7 tracks, 9:38). IDK; HWC, was made up...of 2 members of The Blood Brothers, 2 members of The Locust. And Yeah Yeah Yeah's Nick Zinner, for good measure. Their sound...is said to pull influences, from The Blood Brothers and The Locust; and I suppose that makes sense. But you tell me...


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The Bends is the second studio album by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released in 1995.

The members met while attending Abingdon School, an independent school for boys in Oxfordshire. In 1985, they formed "On a Friday", referring to the band's usual rehearsal day in the school's music room. In 1991, On a Friday signed a six-album recording contract with EMI. At the request of EMI, the band changed their name; "Radiohead" was taken from the song "Radio Head" on the Talking Heads album True Stories (1986).

"The Bends" featured five charting singles: My Iron Lung, High and Dry, Fake Plastic Trees, Just, and Street Spirit (Fade Out), their first top five UK hit, inspired by the music of REM. Stateside reputation for the album steadily began to build as the band were performing as opening acts for both R.E.M. and Alanis Morissette.

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Johnny Winter is the second studio album by Johnny Winter, released in 1969.

"I'm Yours & I'm Hers" (Johnny Winter)
"Be Careful with a Fool" (Joe Josea, B. B. King)
"Dallas" (Johnny Winter)
"Mean Mistreater" (James Gordon)
"Leland Mississippi Blues" (Johnny Winter)
"Good Morning Little School Girl" - (Sonny Boy Williamson)
"When You Got a Good Friend" (Robert Johnson)
"I'll Drown in My Tears" (Henry Glover)
"Back Door Friend" (Lightnin' Hopkins, Stan Lewis)

John Dawson Winter III (February 23, 1944 – July 16, 2014), known as Johnny Winter, was an American musician, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer. Best known for his high-energy blues-rock albums and live performances in the late 1960s and 1970s, Winter also produced three Grammy Award-winning albums for blues singer and guitarist Muddy Waters. After his time with Waters, Winter recorded several Grammy-nominated blues albums. In 2015, Winter posthumously won the Grammy Award for Best Blues Album for Step Back.

In 1988, he was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame and in 2003, he was ranked 63rd in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time".

Winter was professionally active until the time of his death near Zurich, Switzerland, on July 16, 2014. He was found dead in his hotel room two days after his last performance, at the Cahors Blues Festival in France, at the age of 70. The cause of Winter's death was not officially released. According to his guitarist friend and record producer Paul Nelson, Winter died of emphysema combined with pneumonia.
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Radical Departure is the first solo album by Ranking Roger, released in 1988.

Ranking Roger (born Roger Charlery, 21 February 1963 - 26 March 2019) was a vocalist in The English Beat and later General Public. The "Ranking" moniker is short for "top-ranking" or "high-ranking", and is a boast typical of many MCs. Roger sang on "Roxanne" on stage with The Police on their 2007 world tour and has regularly recorded with Sting. He was also a performer on Big Audio Dynamite's seventh album, Higher Power, in 1994, when the band were known as simply 'Big Audio'. He became a member of Big Audio Dynamite for their final studio album.

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“He fought & fought & fought, Roger was a fighter,” the statement reads. “Sadly Roger past away a few hours ago peacefully at his home surrounded by family. Roger’s family would like to thank everyone for their constant support during this time. More to follow in the coming days. RIP Roger!”

Born Roger Charlery in 1963 in Birmingham, England, Ranking Roger joined ska punk band the Beat as a teenager following a stint as a drummer in another band and became one of the Beat’s lead vocalists and main toasters. He appeared on all three of the group’s studio albums (1980’s I Just Can’t Stop It, 1981’s Wha’ppen? and 1982’s Special Beat Service).

Following the band’s breakup in 1983, he teamed with fellow lead vocalist/bandmate Dave Wakeling to form General Public, and they released two albums, 1984’s All the Rage and 1986’s Hand to Mouth before the band’s dissolution, although Wakeling and Roger reunited in the Nineties to release Rub it Better and also recorded a cover of the Staple Singers’ “I’ll Take You There” for the Threesome soundtrack under the General Public moniker.

Roger released a number of solo projects as well as launched various incarnations of the Beat (most recently billed as the Beat featuring Ranking Roger; Dave Wakeling formed his version as English Beat starring Dave Wakeling).

In 2016, Roger released Bounce, the first new album by the Beat in 30 years. In January, the Beat released Bounce follow-up, Public Confidential. Roger recently completed writing his autobiography, I Just Can’t Stop It, which is slated for publication later this year via Omnibus Press.
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So...I was watching, a little Needle Drop last night; and I came across, the review of the latest Daughters' release You Won't Get What You Want.

I remember, really liking...AFs pick, for Numero Uno last year; and that it had been a while, since I had given it a spin. I checked out the review again; and what grabbed me, second time around...were 2 mentions, of previous Daughters' titles.

One, was their last previous...2010 release, Daughters s/t. I remember him talking about, how YWGWYW...was a real s t r e t c h i n g-out, for Daughters; as this record, some 8 years between releases...clocked in, at nearly 50 minutes. Which was a considerable step, from Daughters 27-minute run-time.

I listened. W-o-W How did this gem; slip through the cracks...of my musical consciousness!? It was almost, which means not quite; as shameful...as when I was late to the party, on Surfer Rosa. Which is, to say; yes...I think Daughters is nearly seminal.

I was 4, napalm-scorching tracks in...when I remembered Mr. Needle-Drop Fantano; saying...Daughters, was in turn a s t r e t c h, for a band who's debut (Canada Songs)...clocked-in, at a scant 11:07. And that's not, an EP folks; 10 tracks...11:07!

So...I stopped Daughters, to take less than a quarter-hour; to see, what Canada Songs was all about. Ha; first reaction? Wow...did I put on, Head Wound City by mistake? I had to check: Canada Songs, 2003...Head Wound City's EP, 2005 (BTW...7 tracks, 9:38). IDK; HWC, was made up...of 2 members of The Blood Brothers, 2 members of The Locust. And Yeah Yeah Yeah's Nick Zinner, for good measure. Their sound...is said to pull influences, from The Blood Brothers and The Locust; and I suppose that makes sense. But you tell me...

https://youtu.be/Bg-ffuEdnAI https://youtu.be/1DDO4QcZxOk

Now I get it: a lot of Hardcore, sounds awfully similar; but let's get to the real point of the post! That's Daughters s/t

If you can dig, this kinda thing (postrok, I'm looking at you kid...lol); spin, spin; spin.

https://youtu.be/hqjDpPSn5O8
Huge fan of Blood Brothers and The Locust back in the day. Will have to check this out.

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^^^ Man, thats my generation. Crap.
Yep... English Beat, General Public, Ranking Roger, age 56.
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Special Beat Service was the third album by British ska band The Beat, released in 1982.

Like the rest of their material, it was released in the US under the name "The English Beat". It included two singles, "I Confess" and "Save It for Later".

"I Confess":
Being dead don't hurt,
No only dying
Cards on the table time,
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"Save It For Later" was covered by Pete Townshend, who played it live from 1985 and recorded it for White City: A Novel (1985), though the recording was not released until 2006. Townshend and David Gilmour had trouble figuring out the song's guitar tuning of DADAAD. Pearl Jam, in their live concerts, often uses the song as an improvisational tag to their songs "Daughter" and "Better Man".
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Just played that on my flight from Tampa to Pittsburgh yesterday. Lasted the whole flight.
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MORCHEEBA | blood like lemonade

What a coincidence, this is what I'm drinking right now:
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Rattlesnakes is the debut album by British group Lloyd Cole and the Commotions, released in 1984.

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AllMusic called the record "one of the finest debuts of the '80s... Rattlesnakes is a college rock masterpiece of smart, ironic lyrics and sympathetic folk-rock-based melodies".
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